The Poznań British International School (PBIS) is an inclusive school and offers an excellent education to pupils from Nursery to Class 8. We provide all the children with a well-planned, co-ordinated programme, guided by the British National Curriculum (BNC) and the International Curriculum (IPC). The curriculum is delivered by means of a mixed approach incorporating, cross-curricular themes, vertical grouping, small group teaching and whole class teaching, with topic work and discrete subject teaching predominant.
Polish natives have a legal obligation to follow the Polish National Curriculum (MEN – Ministerstwo Edukacji Narodowej) covering the Polish core subjects, as well as benefiting from the British national and international curriculum.
Following an education at the Poznan British International School our pupils have been accepted into some of the top universities across the globe. Our success over the past twenty years would not have been possible without the support of our amazing and extremely dedicated Teachers, Administrators, Pupils and Parents.
The most expensive private school in Poznan with little to give for the price. It is true that many of the teachers are excellent, but the poor, toxic management of the school's principle has led to a great turnover rate. My teachers were good at doing their job, but my experience with some of the teachers that didn't teach me as well as stories from fellow students, were less than optimal. Furthermore, the management works against the parent-teacher association on almost every single issue, at one point demanding that volunteer parents running FREE school clubs pay for electricity, gas and RENT! (As one can expect, there are almost no after school clubs). The building is old and in poor condition while the security is almost non-existent. Meanwhile the computer lab is based around refurbished machines from the 90s that do not even have Microsoft office and take half an hour to get a text document printed from start up time (based on personal experience). The science lab is just as poor in regards to equipment, if not worse- lacking the majority of basic equipment. In fact, the situation is so bad that the school underwent multiple government inspections which it should have failed was it not for the principles political connections to the higher ups. The corruption is so high that one of the better teachers was fired for neglecting her duties ON A WEEKEND and this was allowed to go through. Additionally, its worth noting that the elementary students are given unrealistic amounts of homework, there is no action being taken to deal with ongoing violence and the school board, punishment is not in anyway dealt fairly and the school' education system is tailored to make transferring schools tough.
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